Litterateur Dr Krishna Bihari Mishra dies at 90

By Anupam Mishra: Noted litterateur Dr Krishna Bihari Mishra died on Walk 7 in Kolkata. He wasn’t saving great for quite a while and got back from the medical clinic following a month on Walk 6, his oldest child Kamalesh Mishra said.

Dr Krishna Bihari Mishra is the creator of Kalpataru ki Utsavleela, a personal work in light of the existence of Ramakrishna Paramahansa. He is one of the main writers in the Hindi language and is known for his undertakings in Hindi news coverage too. Krishna Bihari Mishra was granted a Padma Shri for his scholarly commitment.

His oldest child expressed promptly toward the beginning of the day that his “father is no more” and that at 12 PM, around 12:30 am – 1 am, he died.

“For a month, he was in the emergency clinic because of medical issues and got back just on Walk 6,” he said.

In November last year, he was granted the Sanskriti Saurabh Samman. He was 90 years of age. He is made due by four children and two girls. Dr Krishna Bihari Mishra has abandoned an extremely valuable tradition of his examination and works.

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